Dine above the city lights or express your love with paint and canvas. You’ll never run out of ideas on date night in Toronto's west end. Indoor or out, bar or restaurant, upscale or delightfully down-home, you choose the mood and make the moment your own. This side of the city is rich in couples fun and romance. [Image credit: iStock.com/BraunS]
In Tolkien’s words, not all those who wander are lost. Through guided walking tours, you can explore the historical, multicultural and culinary diversity that makes Toronto a city all its own. From spooky ghost tours to culinary adventures, here’s a guide to seeing TO on foot. [Image credit: iStock.com/Francesco Cantone]
Drinks and dinner always go down well for a date night, and there are plenty of options in Toronto's ever-evolving east end. The neighbourhoods east of Yonge are often underrated, but they can give the rest of the city a run for its money when it comes to excellent food and entertainment. From historic landmarks to lively pubs, your night will be popping at these date-worthy east end joints.
Toronto’s most vivid experiences come from the diversity of its neighbourhoods. The area around Yonge and Eglinton used to be a part of the largest cattle grazing space in Upper Canada. Now it’s the grazing area for urbanites from the 6ix. What follows is a guide through a day in the Yonge and Eg neighbourhood, where to eat, energize, and pick up a few new threads. [Image credit: iStock.com/olaser]
Planning an event can be a lot of work, especially when your guests are expecting a delicious dessert spread. Not to panic. As customized catering services collide with creative pastry shops, the result is more and more options for gourmet dessert catering. Whether you’re throwing a small social, a corporate meeting or even your wedding, these Toronto dessert caterers are here to help. [Image credit: iStock.com/andresr]
The Grit Pit, Steel City, The Hammer, The Armpit…Hamiltonians have tirelessly suffered through the underdog label for long enough. Finally, The Big Smoke’s scruffy little cousin is earning the nod for it’s sprawling art scene, craft breweries, culinary creations and photo-worthy landscapes. If you dare make the hour trip west of the 6, you’ll want to check out these Hamilton hotspots. [Image credit: iStock.com/benedek]
Known as a cultural enclave, Little Portugal is home to one of the most ethnically vibrant communities in Toronto. This neighbourhood resides in the west end of the city stretching from Bathurst to Dufferin Street. A neighbourhood in transition, here is a list of some additions to Little Portugal that have been creating waves in the city, adding to the colourful life here. [Feature image: Souvenir]
If you’re hungry to take in some Toronto culture – perhaps of the visual persuasion – the city’s rich community of independent art galleries is a great place to start. These west end spots host innovative curators and eye-catching artwork worthy of your Saturday stroll. [Image credit: iStock.com/1001slide]
Valentine's Day shouldn't be stressful. But, it's time to stop relying on the typical box of chocolates, teddy bears and bouquet of flowers. Seriously. It's time, instead, to appreciate the moments spent together. When it comes to this so-called Hallmark holiday, it really is the thought that counts. Here are some thoughtful gift ideas that’ll make the day special for the both of you. (Photo taken at Crown Flora Studio)
With autumn quickly creeping in and the ‘dark season’ approaching, it’s only natural to take stock and try to predict what the winter will bring. For those looking for some guidance, or simply seeking a spooky experience this Halloween, these specialty shops and studios will unveil some of the mystery with their in-house spiritual psychics.
Yes, Toronto's is flooded with darling cocktail spots and charming dives from east to west. But this weekend, why not check out one of the city's more uncommon spots, the kind that do things a little differently. We've got the goods on where to sample a low-lit sake cocktail in a Japanese rockabilly bar or catch an evocative circus act in a ritzy supper club.
If you're looking to celebrate the New Year but are dreading the thought of overpowering music, jam-packed crowds and black tie dress codes, read on to see all the gems Toronto has to offer for your ideal end-of-year affair. From hip pubs and cozy eateries to board game cafés and comedy shows, there's sure to be something that fits you just right.
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